August 10th, 2015 by David Weiss
NYC music company Pull got its kicks scoring an online film series for Nike.
Their decidedly outside-the-box soundtrack accompanied a set of segments about small-sided soccer in Latin America. Small-sided soccer games involve fewer players competing on a smaller sized field, and they can be a crucial training ground for Read more...
October 22nd, 2014 by Blake Madden
In U2’s 35-plus years of existence, no member has ever died, been fired, or left. The members of U2 have never gone on an “indefinite hiatus” or succumbed to splintering solo projects. On the contrary, they have performed at an extremely high level and been one of the world’s most Read more...
January 20th, 2013 by David Weiss
MLK, among so many other things, was music.
With his voice alone, Martin Luther King, Jr. made music.
The rhythm and melody that permeated Martin Luther King, Jr. was evident not only in the way that he moved and spoke, but in the way that he inspired musicality in others. Read more...
November 16th, 2012 by Mark Hermann
The Rock & Roll Master Zen Master, aka SonicScoop’s “Smarter in Sixty Seconds” blogger Mark Hermann, is now available to answer your questions:
The Edge: Getting what he deserves?
Do people frequently say to you that U2’s The Edge “isn’t a very good guitarist”? I hear that all Read more...
July 18th, 2012 by Janice Brown
Kevin Killen is a Grammy-winning engineer and producer best-known for his work on classic albums by U2, Peter Gabriel, Elvis Costello, Kate Bush, and Tori Amos – not to mention a long list of well-known contemporary singers, songwriters and bands.
Kevin Killen at Frisbie Studios, NYC
On this episode of Read more...